Last of the comedy series. Wall-to-wall Santas line upforthe Academy's Christmas party. Julia Jekyll
OLIVIA HALLINAN. Moira Jekyll VICTORIA WILLIAMS , Jerry Jekyll BILL FELLOWS, Memphis
Rocket SIMON GREEN. Harriet Hyde JOHN ASQUITH Episode written by Jim Eldridge
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Eighth of a ten-part comedy series about a choir. Sheri has to look after an imaginary baby.
Street TIM DOWNIE , Sheri LOUISE SULLIVAN.
Mickey THOMAS MAHER. Rev Worthington NICK MALONEY, Midge REBECCACLARKE, Tony JOHN LABANOWSKI, Lenny JOE MURPHY
Episode written by Gail Renard
First of an eight-part series featuring holiday ideas, locations and tips, presented by Jill Dando.
This week's destinations are the Dominican Republic, Tunisia and Cornwall. See today's choices.
Series producers Karen Brown and Andrew Fettis ; Executive producer
Susan discovers the downside of life in a small community.
Phil's attempt to teach Annie a lesson backfires.
This week's episodes written by Joanne Maguire ; Producer Debby Marsh
Director Tim Leandro
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A series focusing on Liverpool's Alder Hey children's hospital.
This week the patients include a one-year-old with an abnormal lump in his liver, a teenager with chronic arthritis and a girl who would like her protruding ears set back.
See Dr Mark Porter : page 41
Simon Mayo presents the show which exposes dirty deeds.
Singer Peter Andre reveals how he set up a friend in a Thai nightclub, chef Antony Worrall
Thompson makes a confession about his first job, and comedian Bradley Walsh admits tinkering with atop band's equipment. Davina McCall corners more celebrity confessors, and Nicholas Parsons meets the woman who left him more than just milk on her milk rounds. Director John Gorman ; Producer
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More dramatic stories of real-life rescues, presented by Michael Buerk and Donna Bernard.
Including how a mother and her ten-year-old daughter rescued horses after their riding stables caught fire on Guy Fawkes' night, and how a quick-thinking nightclub bouncer used a pipe from a beer pump to save the life of a man whose neck had been slashed.
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Donna Bernard's TV dinner: p36
In a random and brutal attack, Merlyn Nuttall was assaulted and left for dead. This factual drama tells her courageous story and recalls the hunt by the police for her attacker.
See today's choices.
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Merlyn Nuttall's Kind of Day: p146
Science-fiction adventure, continuing the Out of This World season.
Starring Stephen Baldwin Lisa Bonet
AD 2237: after being exiled to a distant desert planet and penal colony, a political prisoner must battle a brutal band of marauders known as the Sand Pirates in an effort to build a new civilisation.
The Day of the Triffids is Thursday at 12.05am. Director Alan Metzger (1994, PG)
See Films: pages 56-67
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